Shawn Wasabi is a champion of the live Midi Fighter performances, and has once again dropped a little nugget of awesome on us!
Dillon Francis debuts his alter ego, the raunchy and rude DJ Dillon Francis, who does “birthdays, weddings, Quinceaneras, corporate event, block parties, and youth retreats.” Rocking a visor and speed dealer sunglasses, DJ Dillon Francis has the ability to bring out everyone’s wild side, turning a tame suburban backyard gathering into an out-of-control, booze-fueled mess.
Earlier this year, the A$AP Mob paid tribute to late founder A$AP Yams with a delirious new posse cut called “Yamborghini High.” Today, that song gets a trippy new video. The clip follows A$APs Rocky, Ferg, Ant, and Nast, as well as comrade-in-arms Juicy J, traveling deep into the woods in a fleet of Lamborghinis.
Looking to go green (and, no, we don’t mean recycle)? Ask for this strain of the day at your local (legal) dispensary if you’re in the mood to kick back some Mary Jane. Strain: OG Kush. The 411: Hailing from the Hindu Kush mountain range, the indica-dominant hybrid known for its heavy head high is a staple at long recording sessions. Fans: Wiz Khalifa.
The first reviews for AC/DC’s shock team up with LA wild-child and Guns n’ Roses frontman Axl Rose, and they are glowing. Rose signed on with the Ocker Rockers to take over from singer Brian Johnson when his hearing issues meant he could no longer tour with the band. Fan reaction to that news was mixed, with many demanding refunds for Rose’s shows on AC/DC’s Rock or Bust tour. Of course, it’s hard to see the collaboration lasting longer than the summer, and AC/DC without Johnson will always remain unthinkable to some. But while frontmen change, AC/DC’s core values remain resolutely, unassailably the same. And as Saturday’s show proved, there was nothing a seated Axl Rose – or a little inclement weather – could do to change that.
James Williams, aka DL Downer, performs his cover of Suga Boom Boom (Chasing Dragons). This song is better than half the stuff you hear on the radio today.
“The Muppets perform the Outkast classic, “Ms. Jackson”. Starring Gonzo as Andre 3000 and Kermit as Big Boi. I know I keep saying it, but I think that this was seriously the toughest song choice to date, as this was an absolute nightmare to edit. But I’ve wanted to show love to the South for a while now, and thought, who better than one the best rap groups of all time?” – isthishowyougoviral
Not only did Skepta release a rowdy new video this weekend, he also kept things as lo-fi as possible, having uploaded the flick in a maximum resolution of 480p. The video portrays Skepta and his Boy Better Know crew letting loose in the underground grime scene. Only five days before the release of his new album, Konnichiwa, you can enjoy the visuals for “Man” now.
Chicago-based guitarist Rob Scallon is, as we’ve shown in the past, the guy who covers Slayer and Cannibal Corpse songs with banjos and ukuleles. Now, as part of what he’s calling “May-tallica,” Rob has uploaded a banjo cover of Metallica’s “Master of Puppets,” with a keytar solo, to boot! Check it.